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Lead Maximo / Ellipse Application Support Specialist  

REAL Technical Solutions Ltd - Worthing, West Sussex, West Sussex, South East, UK

Lead Maximo / Ellipse Application Support Specialist – Worthing / Initially Remote / WFH Options Maximo Work careers... £56,000 per annum plus excellent benefits and career opportunities

from: - Today

Data Administrators (Maximo)  

Sodexo - Manchester, United Kingdom

We help to enhance the patient environment (including patient dining, cleaning/housekeeping, retail services), provide clinical support (equipment sterilisation) and manage technical estates teams (estates... Maximo careers...

from: - 3 days ago

Maximo Technical consultant  

JJ Associates - B1 Birmingham (+1 location)

Candidates should have significant experience in the Maximo toolset with a combination of knowledge of the following: Languages Java/JavaScript/Python Maximo Design and build Workflow Design and build... maximo in London Heathrow Airport...

from: (+1 source) - 2 days ago

Maximo Technical Consultant  

Chris Turner Recruitment Ltd - EC1A London

The Company This long established and successful UK based company is a Gold-accredited IBM Premier Business Partner and has amassed over 300 person years of experience implementing business critical EAM... maximo system administrator...

from: (+1 source) - 2 days ago

Data Administrators (Maximo)  

Sodexo - Manchester, Greater Manchester, North West, UK

Data Administrators (Maximo) SDX/TP/RF6320/HC maximo contract management... £24,000 per annum

from: (+2 sources) - 15 days ago

Help Desk Administrator London Bridge - Temporary  

Invictus Group - London, United Kingdom

Help Desk Administrator – London Bridge - Temporary Location: London Bridge Basic Salary: £14.00p/h via Umbrella Rate Hours of Work: Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm A World Leading Service provider who operates... maximo administrator guide...

from: - 3 days ago

Helpdesk Administrator London Based Role offering up to £25k  

Invictus Group - London, United Kingdom

Salary/Rate – Up to £25,000 per annum Location –London Key responsibilities: · Categorising and resourcing the correct engineer based on skills set and proximity to work location. · Handling telephone... maximo consultant...

from: - 3 days ago

Contract Support  

Optimum Group Services - GL50 Cheltenham

Purpose of Job Optimum is a progressive company operating within the Engineering industry dealing with Electrical Mechanical related works for commercial properties The Contract Support role will require... maximo administrator...

from: - 3 days ago

Helpdesk Administrator  

Fusion People - South East London, London, South East, UK

Must have experience working within an FM environment in a similar role (Helpdesk, Admin Coordinator etc.). Must have experience using a CAFM System - such as Maximo,... £11.00 - £11.78 an hour PAYE Blackfriars... systems administrator maximo system... £11.00 - £11.78 per hour

from: - Today

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Facilities Co-ordinator / Administrator  

United Kingdom (+1 location)

Facilities Co-ordinator / Administrator Location – Moreton, CH46 1QW We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced, highly organised and professional Facilities Coordinator / Administrator based... maximo asset management...

from: (+1 source) - Yesterday

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  • Old Maximo 4.01 - Still the Best ? Why upgrade ? Jonhinks

    How many of you are still using Maximo 4.01 ? It was the best and most stable of systems. However, not supported. Is this just IBM's way to try to make everyone upgrade ? Your thoughts welcome.

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